Deep Dive into Human Anatomy & Physiology: A Comprehensive Online Course
The human body, an intricate tapestry of cells, tissues, organs, and organ systems, is nothing short of a marvel. Its complexity and precision have fascinated scientists, doctors, and curious minds for centuries. To truly appreciate the magic within us, one must understand both the structural (anatomy) and functional (physiology) aspects of the human body. If you've ever wondered how we breathe, how our heartbeats, or how our muscles contract, you're about to embark on an enlightening journey.
Why Study Anatomy & Physiology?
As we progress into an age where medical advancements are at the forefront, a foundational knowledge of human anatomy and physiology is more crucial than ever. Whether you're aiming for a healthcare career, preparing for advanced studies in the field of science, or simply nurturing a personal interest, a profound understanding of how the human body operates is indispensable.
Our self-paced online course offers a thorough yet accessible dive into the essentials of human anatomy and physiology. Crafted with care, the content not only caters to aspiring professionals but also to anyone keen on understanding the miracles of the human body.
Lesson 1: Introduction to Anatomy and Physiology Delve into the basic principles and the significance of studying the human body.
Lesson 2: Chemistry Basics Explore the chemical building blocks of life and their role in bodily functions.
Lesson 3: Cells - The Foundation of Life Uncover the mysteries of cellular structures, their functions, and their critical role in maintaining life.
Lesson 4: Tissues (Different Types and Functions) Understand the various tissue types and how they collaborate to ensure the body's optimal functioning.
Lesson 5 to 16: Dive into specific systems of the body, from the protective Integumentary System to the intricate Reproductive System. Each lesson is designed to provide a holistic view, highlighting the anatomy of each system, its physiological functions, inter-system relationships, and its importance in maintaining homeostasis.
For example, in Lesson 9: The Sensory System, you'll not only learn about the anatomy of the eyes and ears but also delve into the intricate processes that allow us to see and hear. How does the brain interpret various stimuli? What makes certain sounds more pleasant than others? Such intriguing questions and more will be answered.
Engaging Learning Methods:
Each lesson is enriched with activities and interactive assessments to enhance the learning experience.
Your understanding and retention will be tested in the Final Exam, ensuring you leave the course with a solid grasp of all the key concepts.
Embark on a Fascinating Journey:
With this course, you don't just learn; you explore, discover, and marvel at the intricacies of the human body. Whether you're a student, an educator, a healthcare enthusiast, or simply a curious soul, this course promises to enlighten and inspire. Dive into the world of human anatomy and physiology and unravel the mysteries that lie within us all. Join us on this academic adventure, and empower yourself with knowledge that will last a lifetime.
- Completely Online
- Printable Lessons
- Full HD Video
- 6 Months to Complete
- 24/7 Availability
- Start Anytime
- PC & Mac Compatible
- Android & iOS Friendly
- Accredited CEUs
- Define anatomy and physiology.
- Know the chemistry behind anatomy and physiology.
- Describe cells - the foundation of life.
- Describe tissues (different types and functions).
- Describe and recognize all parts of the integumentary system.
- Recognize the important parts of the skeletal system, muscular system, nervous system, and sensory system.
- Summarize the major parts of the endocrine system.
- Recognize the major parts of the cardiovascular system, lymphatic system, and the respiratory system.
- Summarize the major components of the digestive system, urinary system, and the reproductive system.
- Demonstrate mastery of lesson content at levels of 70% or higher.
|Introduce Yourself||1 points|
|Introduction to Anatomy and Physiology Assignment||10 points|
|Introduction to Anatomy and Physiology Quiz||55 points|
|Review of Basic Chemistry||15 points|
|Basic Chemistry Quiz||35 points|
|Review of Cells||15 points|
|Cells Quiz||38 points|
|Review of Tissues||15 points|
|Tissue Quiz||32 points|
|The Integumentary System Assignment||10 points|
|The Integumentary System||50 points|
|The Skeletal System Assignment||15 points|
|The Skeletal System||75 points|
|The Muscular System Assignment||15 points|
|The Muscular System||80 points|
|The Nervous System Assignment||15 points|
|The Nervous System||85 points|
|The Sensory System Assignment||15 points|
|The Sensory System||70 points|
|The Endocrine System Assignment||15 points|
|The Endocrine System||55 points|
|The Cardiovascular System Assignment||15 points|
|The Cardiovascular System||22 points|
|The Lymphatic System||15 points|
|The Lymphatic System||50 points|
|The Respiratory System Assignment||15 points|
|The Respiratory System||70 points|
|The Digestive System Assignment||15 points|
|The Digestive System||50 points|
|The Urinary System||18 points|
|The Reproductive System||38 points|
|The Final Exam||332 points|